[c-nsp] Correct syntax for Boot system

Scott Voll svoll.voip at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 13:05:54 EST 2019

my question is the extra flash in the command:

boot system *flash* bootflash:filename.bin

is that something new?


On Thu, Feb 28, 2019 at 9:53 AM Tyler Applebaum <applebaumt at ochin.org>

> On the 4k series I use bootflash:<filename>
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> Subject: [c-nsp] Correct syntax for Boot system
> I have always used
> boot system flash:xxxxxx.bin or boot system bootflash:xxxx.bin
> did the syntax change to boot system flash flash0:xxxxx.bin???
> I have a new 4331 that without the extra flash it failed to boot.   Is this
> new?  did I miss the memo?
> does this carry over to ASRs and the older 29xx/39xx platforms?
> I'm booting a bunch of remote routers and don't want to be driving to
> recover them from a simple mistake I missed.
> Scott
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